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Overlooking the lake and embraced by gentle morainic hills, Como is the city of water, light and silk, rich in history and culture. The Voltiano temple, a small Pantheon on the banks of the Lario, built in memory of the physicist Alessandro Volta, the inventor of the battery, to whom the city gave birth. Walking inside the medieval walls, between alleys and ancient shops, the late Gothic Cathedral and the imposing Broletto dating back to 1215 stand out. A dynamic and entrepreneurial town, brought to the international limelight by the textile sector, so much so that it was considered the Capital of Silk for a long time. Do not miss a visit to the Educational Silk Museum which houses and exhibits the testimonies of the Como textile production tradition.
The Musei Lombardia Pass is the card that allows you to freely and whenever you wish to access museums, royal residences, villas, gardens, towers, permanent and temporary collections and exhibitions in Milano and the cities of art in Lombardy.
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